Experienced and senior players can debate all day about which classes are the easiest to play, hardest to play, strongest, weakest, over-powered, and under-powered in World of Warcraft. As a new player, you should make a choice based on personal preference. Let’s go with MmoGah and see how we can choose a suitable class. If you are interested in other wow news, you can visit our site.
contemplate classes, you should consider role that appeals to you and keep
following things in mind:
safe distance Hunters, Mages, Priests, and Warlocks are
the best for fighting. You must learn how to control range of fight, because it
is not built for melee combat. Keep enemies away from you, and you’ll be
Paladins, Rogues, and Warriors fight up close and fight with their enemies personally.
Melee combat is louder (with combat noises like clanging weapons) and generally
it is more chaotic than what classes experience you range.
and Shaman can fight at long range or in melee combat, and it’s up to you to
decide which way you prefer.
Choose Your Faction
Alliance - Races of
Alliance include many "Noble" minded creatures, and abilities of
Alliance Races, they are often well-suited for PvE (Player versus Environment)
Horde - It consists of monsters and
violent characters mostly, which excludes Pandaren and Tauren. Races of Horde
include more "Gritty" races, and their Racial Abilities are often
more useful in PvP (Player versus Player) setting.
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